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The Yale Peabody Museum houses more than 11 million specimens and objects in anthropology, botany, zoology, paleontology, entomology, ornithology, and historical scientific instruments in its collections. It is also...
Located on the campus of The Webb Schools, the Raymond M. Alf Museum is the only paleontology museum in the nation located on a high school campus. The museum?s mission is to serve Southern California as an e...
The Exploratorium is a world-renowned exhibit facility and provides a plethora of resources for teachers, the public, and the Earth science education community. One of the first science museums to go online, The...
With a growing number of interactive websites, the Smithsonian National Museum is evolving into a hub for national and international electronic education. There are over twenty online exhibits, each containing extensive...
Although the term "museum" usually evokes a vision of long halls lined with exhibits, the University of California Museum of Paleontology is more like a library representing more than a billion years of life on Earth....
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